Soft Linen Bath Towels
These bath towels (yes linen!) are selling out fast, but we of course will get some more in when they run out as they are a Father Rabbit Staple.
I also love seeing them as a large hand towel on a wooden rail. Great for the laundry to dry your hands from the garden. Such hardwearing linen.
Thick chambray weave linen that is long-lasting and absorbent. Each towel has a handy loop sewn in for hanging.
Hint: Put these in the dryer. They are going to shrink up slightly, but get really soft and that’s what makes these even better!
75cm W x 145cm L / 29.5” x 57”
100% linen / made in Lithuania
(photos from Fog Linen and Father Rabbit Limited)
Refreshed and Rejuvenated
Today’s blog post was created by Amy Tennent of Milo and Mitzy. Our Father Rabbit friend hailing from the Hawkes Bay.
There is nothing better than coming home at the end of a day’s work to a hot bath or shower. And doesn’t it make a difference to have a bathroom that you actually want to be in and beautiful body products that you want to use that leave you feeling refreshed and pampered.
Father Rabbit, now he understands this feeling hence the reason he has filled his shelves with gorgeous goodies to leave you feeling rejuvenated after a long day at the office.
Do check out Father Rabbits delicious products here and treat yourself once in a while.
Murchison Hume Press
I found these fab press cuttings on the Murchison Hume website from the past couple of years.
Donna Hay Magazine
After a long week and with the hubby away, I treated myself to a new magazine and a hot soak in the bath last night, candles and all. Sadly it wasn’t in the antique claw foot bath that I was dreaming of, but all the same I was in heaven. Here at Father Rabbit, we do bathroom luxuries well. Now that the months are getting colder and the body temp is winding down, I think it is high time to stock those bathroom cupboards full of our Father Rabbit goodness. Amy x
Images via Father Rabbit, dressdesigndecor.blogspot.com, interiorsaddicttumblr.com, modernhepburntumblr.com